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Ecclestone Says Singapore F1 Extended; Singapore Says No Deal Reached
Published July 12, 2012
LONDON NO JOKE: In London, Christian Sylt reported that Ecclestone has revealed that work on a London Grand Prix "is progressing." Ecclestone last month unveiled plans for a track that would "snake past some of the capital's most famous landmarks." Ecclestone confirmed "for the first time that he is indeed working on a race in the capital." Ecclestone said, "We are getting on with it. It is no joke, 100% completely no joke" (GUARDIAN, 7/11).